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Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
Slavery Module: Lesson seven
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Slavery Module: Lesson seven

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7th Grade ELA
NYS Common Core Curriculum
Module 3, Unit 1

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  • 1. DO NOW • Take out Shining Light Anchor Chart & homework • Under your desk, find a card taped there! • Place the card on the chart where it belongs, then compare with your shoulder partner
  • 2. People who defend Frederick Douglass’s slavery may think… position How slavery affects slaves How slavery affects slave owners The effects of the institution of slavery I’ll read a category…if your quote fits it, stand up!
  • 3. People who defend Frederick Douglass’s slavery may think… position How slavery affects slaves Slavery isn’t that bad for slaves. In fact, they are mostly content with their lot. Slavery is terrible for slaves. How slavery affects slave owners Slavery is good for slave owners. Slavery corrupts slaveholders. The institution of slavery is necessary: • It reflects the natural racial order. • Slavery brings the civilizing influence of Christianity to Africans, who would otherwise be uncivilized and immoral. • Slavery creates an orderly society. The institution of slavery is abhorrent, and the arguments people make about its important in creating a well-ordered and civilized society are incorrect. The effects of the institution of slavery
  • 4. People who defend Frederick Douglass’s slavery may think… position How slavery affects slaves Slavery isn’t that bad for slaves. In fact, they are mostly content with their lot. Slavery is terrible for slaves. How slavery affects slave owners Slavery is good for slave owners. Slavery corrupts slaveholders. The institution of slavery is necessary: • It reflects the natural racial order. • Slavery brings the civilizing influence of Christianity to Africans, who would otherwise be uncivilized and immoral. • Slavery creates an orderly society. The institution of slavery is abhorrent, and the arguments people make about its important in creating a well-ordered and civilized society are incorrect. The effects of the institution of slavery
  • 5. People who defend Frederick Douglass’s slavery may think… position How slavery affects slaves Slavery isn’t that bad for slaves. In fact, they are mostly content with their lot. Slavery is terrible for slaves. How slavery affects slave owners Slavery is good for slave owners. Slavery corrupts slaveholders. The institution of slavery is necessary: • It reflects the natural racial order. • Slavery brings the civilizing influence of Christianity to Africans, who would otherwise be uncivilized and immoral. • Slavery creates an orderly society. The institution of slavery is abhorrent, and the arguments people make about its important in creating a well-ordered and civilized society are incorrect. The effects of the institution of slavery
  • 6. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Narrative • Quotes from the first paragraphs of his book • Two (2) positions: 1. Slavery was terrible for slaves 2. Slavery corrupts slaveholders
  • 7. Slavery Learning Objectives I can determine the meaning of words and phrases in an excerpt from Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass. I can use common roots, prefixes, and suffixes as clues to the meaning of words in the book. I can reread a complex text to better understand it.
  • 8. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Vocabulary Write in glossary notebook • prefix = letters added to the beginning of a root word to change its meaning • suffix = letters added to the end of a root word to change its meaning
  • 9. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Excerpt # 1 • BALTIMORE partners today • Read along as I read aloud • First read = gist! • Second read = Second read questions • Third read = Third read questions
  • 10. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 1. What do slaves not have knowledge about?
  • 11. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 2. Who prevents slaves from having this knowledge?
  • 12. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Vocabulary • deprived = • privilege =
  • 13. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 3. The root of inquiries is “quir” – meaning to seek or to ask. Based on this, what does the word inquiries mean?
  • 14. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 4. Who was Frederick Douglass’s father?
  • 15. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 5. Paraphrase this sentence into your own words: “He was admitted to be such by all I ever heard speak of my parentage.”
  • 16. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Vocabulary • labor = • hinder =
  • 17. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Vocabulary • duration = • hardships =
  • 18. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 6. What was Frederick Douglass’s relationship with his mother like?
  • 19. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 7. Paraphrase this sentence: “Never having enjoyed, to any considerable extent, her soothing presence, her tender and watchful care, I received the tidings of her death with much the same emotions I should have probably felt at the death of a stranger.”
  • 20. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 8. Who did people think Douglass’s father was?
  • 21. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 9. The suffix of odiousness is “–ness.” What does “–ness” mean? Based on the meaning of –ness, what does “odiousness” mean?
  • 22. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Vocabulary • condition=
  • 23. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 10. Are the children of slave mothers free or slaves?
  • 24. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 11.The root of gratification is grat. What does grat mean? Based on the root, what does gratification mean?
  • 25. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Vocabulary • hardened=
  • 26. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 12. Who was cruel? 13. Who is being whipped?
  • 27. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Vocabulary • gory =
  • 28. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass 14. Paraphrase the following sentence: “No words, no tears, no prayers, from his gory victim, seemed to move his iron heart from its bloody purpose.”
  • 29. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Vocabulary • spectacle =
  • 30. Slavery Debate over Slavery What do you want to add in this box from TODAY’s reading? **Abolitionists both black and white people Life of Frederick Douglass Vocabulary Triangular slave trade Abolitionist System Enforced labor Plantation Crops Racial Inequality
  • 31. Slavery Narrative of Frederick Douglass Homework • Be sure you have an independent reading book by ______________

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